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post #181 of 1124
She looks like a genetic hybrid of Denise Richards and Michelle Trachtenberg.

The shoes in #2 look pretty intense, too, as long as those are leather bands and not black stripes painted on clear vinyl.
post #182 of 1124
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Is that pugh?  If so I'm pretty sure they're laser-cut plastic, not leather.

post #183 of 1124

Yea it's Pugh. I really wish there was an SF or Seattle stockist. Would probably buy a few pieces on markdown but I've read several places that quality is poor.

post #184 of 1124
From a 2008 NYTimes article on Mr. Margiela:

At the beginning of his career, he asked Ms. Ferretti to make a sweater with elbows, breasts and other traces of the body, “as if someone’s grandmother had worn it hundreds of times, as if someone had found it years later in some attic,” she recalled. It took years to research yarns that could be molded under heat, and she eventually persuaded an automotive factory to let her use an industrial oven to cook the oversize sweater on a huge test dummy. They made only 1,000 sweaters.
http://www.nytimes.com/2008/10/02/fashion/shows/02MARGIELA.html?pagewanted=1&ref=fashion
post #185 of 1124
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post #186 of 1124
so can i assume that i will never be able to find those gloves? redface.gif
post #187 of 1124
I'll get them for you mr frosty
post #188 of 1124
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post #189 of 1124
Man oh man those brogue boots and shoes are awful gorgeous.
post #190 of 1124
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First time I've ever seen a skirt (?) on a dude that I thought looked good (ann fw '12).  Much better than those burlap sack looking things RO tricked his fans into wearing.

post #191 of 1124

That's a dress unless he's wearing it at his nipples and it's a maxiskirt designed for a midget. I really prefer Julius' go at it, especially SS12. Ann womenswear was way better this season, mens felt like "Shit, ran out of ideas. Dip dye everything"

post #192 of 1124
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Originally Posted by Urthwhyte View Post

That's a dress unless he's wearing it at his nipples and it's a maxiskirt designed for a midget. I really prefer Julius' go at it, especially SS12. Ann womenswear was way better this season, mens felt like "Shit, ran out of ideas. Dip dye everything"

I feel like this has been going around...
post #193 of 1124

Zara and H&M jumped on the last wagon of the hypetrain with their SS collections so it should be dead by December. Honestly I liked Lim's rendition the best (don't hate me)

post #194 of 1124
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Originally Posted by Urthwhyte View Post

That's a dress unless he's wearing it at his nipples and it's a maxiskirt designed for a midget. I really prefer Julius' go at it, especially SS12. Ann womenswear was way better this season, mens felt like "Shit, ran out of ideas. Dip dye everything"


 

Well, the women's was exceptional, but I'm not sure why you don't like the men's.  Are we talking about fall or spring?  I though both were pretty strong.

 

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post #195 of 1124
I don't feel too strongly one way or another about dip dye. I don't think Lim's are bad at all, though, so no hate from me. I think the Ann pieces are my favorite where I've seen it used because of that chevron shape worked into it. Neil Barrett has a few cool pieces too.
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